What’s in the bags from Ize and Luke?On January 2, 2020 by LillaMayath
In the baby time, I was very satisfied with my EasyToBeMom.com, it really fit everything. I haven’t used that bag for a year, purely because I don’t need that many things to take with me. A small backpack is sufficient. I do have two, one Ize and one for Luke. In this article I will tell you more about when I use the backpack and what is in it. What’s in the bags from Ize and Luke? Read on and find out!
What’s in Ize and Luke’s bags?
With the diaper bag I took a lot with me, too much actually. It all fitted in the bag so why not. The toddler bags are much smaller than the diaper bag so you have to think carefully about what you do and don’t take with you. For four years I’ve been using a toddler bag for Ize and now I’ve been using a toddler bag for Luke for over a year. I can honestly say that I almost always carry everything with me and am very satisfied with it. Are you curious about the bags of Ize and Luke?
This is in Ize’s bag
For Ize I fill the bag for 3 different activities. Namely for school, the dance class and since this month also for the swimming class.
When Ize goes to school a lot has to be done with it. This is because they work at her school with a continuous schedule. When they eat at home at lunchtime, they naturally needless. Make sure you have a bag that fits everything. In the Ize school bag I do the following items:
- drink a lunch box and a cup
- fruit bowl and a cup
- clean underpants and trousers
- a card with her name on it
- my business card (in case the bag gets lost and emergencies)
When we go dancing class, of course, her dancing dress (see the picture above) and her dancing shoes are in there. I don’t take any spare clothes with me because we’re only away for a short time. In case anything happens we will be back home soon. Finally, I put a cup to drink and something to eat in the bag.
By the way, my business card and the card with her name on it are always in her bag. For the swimming lesson, I exchange the dance dress for a bathing suit and the dancing shoes for slippers. I also bring a towel. You might think, does it fit in the bag? A bath towel doesn’t indeed fit in the bag, but a small towel is easy. We also bring a bathing cap, which is mandatory in the swimming pool where Ize swims. Again, I don’t bring any spare clothes, but I do bring something to eat and drink after the swimming lesson. Playing sports is very active and so we can replenish the moisture and energy.
At school Ize also gets a gym, but for this, I have a separate gym bag.
I also use the bag for 3 activities for Luke. Namely for the playgroup, the childminder and for the gym.
When Luke goes to the playgroup I don’t have to give much because it is just a morning. I have a set of underwear and spare clothing as standard in the bag. If he has an accident or falls into a pool of water, he has dry and clean clothing. Also with him, there is a name card and my business card. Finally, there is a small drum with gluten-free cookies and gluten-free crackers. This is not the case at daycare, and so we do not run the risk that Luke will get something wrong. Luke is gluten-sensitive.
When we go to the childminder there is the same in the bag as for the playgroup, plus something extra. I then add a booklet in which the childminder can write a nice piece. Finally, I put in the food for breakfast and lunch. I give Teff what the childminder can make porridge and gluten-free sandwiches. I do not have to give any investments and such, because the childminder has that in house. It is also very nice that she cooks a gluten-free evening meal for Luke so that I don’t have to give it all.
Luke does gymnastics once a week. Sports are important to us and since he is two he has been in toddlers’ gym. I then empty the bag completely and put the gym clothes and shoes in the bag that you also see in the photo above. To be sure, I also bring diapers, wipes, and diaper bags. You never know if you need hey. At the childminder and in the playgroup that is sufficiently present and I do not have to give this extra. His drum with gluten-free cookies I can of course not forget and also go along. Should someone treat and he can’t have it? Then I always have something for him. That prevents a lot of sorrow.
As you can see I use our kids’ bags intensively. I always take them with us when we visit friends or family. For Luke, of course, his gluten-free products are in the bag and things to change. For both children, I always take a set of underwear and spare clothes with me. Although I don’t always do that for Ize and nowadays I only need one bag. Do you still use the diaper bag or do you use a toddler bag for your child (ren) just like me? Let me know by leaving a comment below
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